Priding itself as ‘The rich blog for the budget traveler’, the Poor Traveler blog prioritizes the capabilities of people on a budget and ways on how they can still enjoy a trip and vacation as much as one without a budget. The Poor Traveler blog was assembled by multiple authors to document their misadventures and provide budget travel tips and use that knowledge from previous experiences to help others not make their mistakes and not have to waste their hard earned money on whenever they’d travel. The Poor Traveler aspires for readers to use their tips and tricks to making the most out of their trips–because being on a budget should not be a limitation. Emerging as one of the most visited travel blogs regarding online traffic and social presence for the main reason of relatability; it’s what makes the blog click, seeing ordinary people document their extraordinary journeys. These people full-time employees with regular day jobs that want to be casual travelers, not nomads, not backpackers but vacation-goers and whenever get the chance take off to take a fun budget conscious vacation. Being budget conscious doesn’t entail finding or promoting the cheapest ways to travel, but rather understanding the greatest bang for your buck, putting that hard-earned money to its best usage. A big viewing point to the Poor Traveler is its intricate travel guides to many of the world’s largest cities on a budget, from Phuket on a budget to the whole country of New Zealand on a budget. This blog works to inspire to work harder, save bigger and go further. Itineraries and travel guides flood the blog with countless activities to do whether its for one person or a whole family. Within these guides and itineraries the blog makes sure to cover best times to visit, necessities and places to shop and eat out at (when that’s necessary).